See How The 'Grey's Anatomy' Season Finale Was Exactly Like 'Lost'

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A person waking up in a forest, a group stranded and alone, chaotic mangled screams and a pilot trapped in a plane. J.J. Abrams, did you see this?How was “Grey’s Anatomy” going to top shooters, sinkholes, and Kyle Chandler getting blown up (Oops, spoiler … but you’re not reading unless you’re a Grey‘s fan, right?).

If you were feeling déjà vu Thursday night, you weren’t alone. Many couldn’t help but feel it was a giant rewind to 2001’s “Lost” pilot. 

It didn’t seem real when a plane crash was announced at the end of last week’s “Grey’s Anatomy” episode. We could handle that, but we didn’t expect it to look and feel like a straight-up episode of “Lost.”

Don’t take out word for it. Let’s take a look at the evidence.

Granted, we know Grey’s spent half of the episode in the hospital, oblivious to the fatal plane crash. Despite this, everything else was a direct correlation to “Lost.” The only thing missing was Labrador Retriever, Vincent

Oh, and if you haven’t seen Thursday’s episode, we suggest you refrain from going through the slides. You’ve been warned.

Meredith wakes up in a forest ...

... just like Jack.

There's a terrible plane crash ...

... where blonde-haired women are screaming uncontrollably ...

And, two women are searching for their husbands ...

The pilot is trapped in the plane.

Emergency surgery needs to occur.

Everyone screams toward a plane ... that can't hear them.

No worries. There's a transmitter in the plane that should lead rescue teams straight to them.

... It doesn't.

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